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Hosey claims 2nd straight USCS 600 Sprint Car Series title
USCS600Hosey2014.jpgAtlanta, GA – December 22, 2014 – Sean Hosey from Clarksville, Tennessee raced to his second straight USCS 600 Sprint Car Series National Championship during the weather-shorten seventeen race 2014 season. The series’ 2011 and inaugural USCS “Rookie of the Year used seven top-five finishes plus fourteen top ten finishes in seventeen events to tally the most National points with 2420 at season’s end. He also captured the title in the USCS 600 Mid South regional series. Both were Hosey’s second series titles in each division. Hosey raced his M/T Performance, Engler Machine and Tool/Something Inked sponsored #6 mini sprint to the best total performance out of seventy different competitors during the 2014 season.

The 2014 series Rookie of the Year, Bo Barber also from Clarksville, Tennessee finished in the runner-up spot in the final National point standings with 2342 points. Barber also finished in the runner-up position in the USCS 600 Mid South region. He was scored in the top ten drivers thirteen times during the seventeen USCS 600 main events he competed in
Lucas Lee claims 2014 K&N USCS MOD title
USCSOWMLee10.18.14.jpgAtlanta, GA - December 14, 2014 – Top gun West Tennessee open wheel modified driver Lucas Lee from Paris, Tennessee claimed the 2014 K&N Filters USCS Outlaw Modified Series Championship. Lee used a win in the season finale and a total of seven top five and ten top ten finishes during the series weather shortened ten event 2014 season. Lee reached the top of the standings with 1488 points in the highly competitive series for Outlaw style open wheel modified race cars. The series 2014 Rookie of the Year, Preston Seratt from Dyersburg, Tennessee, who had an impressive two series wins plus five top five and nine top ten tallies, finished just 44 points behind Lee in the runner-up position with 1444 points. The “super rookie” also won the 2014 track championship at his home track, Clayhill Motorsports in Atwood, Tennessee. 

Three Arkansas drivers followed Lee and Seratt in the 2014 point standings. Jim Gulley who hails from Brookland, Arkansas finished in third place with 1206 points after 10 races. Justin Roberts from Paragould, Arkansas, who was the 2009 USCS Modified “Rookie of the Year”, finished the 2014 K&N Filters USCS Outlaw Modified division standings in the fourth place with 1103 points. Jon Gray from Jonesboro, Arkansas accumulated 934 championship points to round out the top five drivers in the season’s final point standings.
Gray claims 11th USCS K&N Filters National Championship

(USCS photo) Atlanta, GA – November 22, 2014 – Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee captured his 11th United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters National Championship during the series’ eighteenth and 2014 racing season. The veteran sprint car driver made just two visits to the USCS victory lane as the series feature winner, but he used a record of perfect attendance and steady top five finishes including nine 2nd place and seven 3rd place tallies in his total of 26 top five finishes during thirty-five events to accumulate the most Championship points. Gray will collect top honors in all three dirt divisions of the USCS points system including two USCS regional dirt series (Mid South and Southern) as well. He finished in second place in the USCS “Road to Atlanta” Hoosier Race Tire Asphalt Series. 

Gray finished the National title chase with 4571 National Championship points followed by team-mate and USCS “Road to Atlanta” Hoosier Race Tire Asphalt Series Champion, Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee who had 4434 points. Turpen also had quite a year with two USCS feature wins that included one at Southern National Motorsport Park on pavement in the USCS Road to Atlanta Series on April 26th. Her second win of the season came on dirt during the USCS vs. URC North vs. South Shootout at Cherokee Speedway on October 4th.  Her runner-up finish in the standings came after she accumulated points from the two victories plus an impressive total of twenty top 5 finishes and twenty eight finishes in the top ten in 35 starts. She additionally finished in the runner-up spot in both regional series behind her team-mate (Terry Gray).

Morgan Turpen claims USCS “Road to Atlanta” Hoosier Asphalt title.

(Cheis Seelman photo) Atlanta, GA - November 24, 2014 - The 2010 USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters Rookie of the Year, Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee captured the championship in the five race USCS “Road to Atlanta” Hoosier Asphalt Series. Turpen had one win at Southern National Motorsport Park on April 26th plus two 3rd place and two 4th place finishes on the way to the title. In addition to her visit to the USCS Victory Lane at Southern National, she also had a Hoosier Speed Dash win at Anderson Motor Speedway and set fast time at Southern National Motorsport Park on her way to the title with 773 Championship points.

Turpen had quite a year all the way around with two USCS feature wins including the one at Southern National Motorsport Park on pavement and a second win that came on dirt during the USCS vs. URC North vs. South Shootout at Cherokee Speedway on October 4th. She had a runner-up finish in the National point standings after she accumulated points from the two victories plus an impressive total of twenty top 5 finishes and twenty eight finishes in the top 10 in 35 starts. She additionally finished in the runner-up spot in both regional series behind her team-mate (Terry Gray).



Atlanta, GA – November 3, 2014 - Due to the forecast for cooler temperatures headed for the Memphis/Mid South area again this coming weekend and circumstances beyond our control,  the USCS management has cancelled the 6th annual USCS Fall Nationals at Riverside International Speedway in West Memphis, AR scheduled for this coming Friday and Saturday nights (11/7 & 8). “I’m sure this will disappoint some people, but, no more than our staff and management.  We always look forward to this event every year, but with cool weather rolling back in and conflicts with some other major events, it was the right decision to make at this time.” said USCS Founder and President, Pete Walton. “We also look forward to working with the speedway again going  forward on our USCS Sprint Speedweek 2015 and this event next Fall.” He concluded.

Anthony Nicholson races to his 6th 2014 USCS win @Poplar Bluff

Poplar Bluff, MO – October 18, 2014 – Anthony Nicholson from Bartlett, Tennessee stormed from the K&N Filters Pole Position into the lead in turn one of the 30-lap United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters main event and never looked back during the sprint car portion of the 14th annual Cotton Boll Cup at Poplar Bluff Speedway on Saturday night. This was Nicholson’s sixth trip of the season to the USCS victory lane. He bested a tough field of top gun veterans and young guns from five states for his 10th career win in the series in an event that awarded double points.

Four-time and recently crowned 2014 MOWA sprint champion, Jerod Hull from nearby Sikeston, Missouri chased Nicholson across the finish line after battling veteran Danny Smith from Chillicothe, Ohio for the runner-up spot most of the distance. Danny Smith claimed the K&N Filters Podium Award for third place. Ten-time USCS National Champion, Terry Gray, also from Bartlett, Tennessee finished in the fourth position followed by Kyle Bellm from Nixa, Missouri who completed the top five drivers.

Lucas Lee wins K&N USCS MOD Cotton Boll Cup Final @Poplar Bluff
USCSOWMLee10.18.14Hagan.jpgPoplar Bluff, MO - October 18, 2014 – K&N Filters USCS Outlaw Modified Series points leader Lucas Lee from Paris, Tennessee charged past early race leader Robby Arnold from Paragould, Arkansas on lap 28 of the 30-lap contest to take home the $2000 top prize in the 14th annual Cotton Boll Cup at Poplar Bluff Speedway on Saturday night. Lee, who started third in the main event, after winning the qualifying heat #3 on Friday night bested a strong field of 36 open wheel modified entries from three states to take home the top prize and his first K&N Filters USCS Outlaw Modified Series win of the 2014 season at the 3/8 mile speed plant.

Arnold who started outside the front row next to K&N Filters Pole Position starter Rustin Miller from Houston, Missouri jumped into the lead in turn one of the race after two restarts. He then led the first 27 laps while dueling side by side with Lee for five laps before giving up the point to the West Tennessean. Arnold then held on to finish in the runner-up spot. He was followed across the finish line by Truman, Arkansas’ Scott Crites in the K&N Filters Podium Award third place. Rustin Miller, who was the defending Cotton Boll Cup Champion, finished fourth. Dyersburg, Tennessee resident, Preston Seratt, who trails Lee in second place in the series’ point standings, rounded out the top five after starting in eighth position.
Rustin Miller leads K&N USCS MOD qualifying at Poplar Bluff on Friday

K&N Filters USCS Outlaw Modifieds @ Poplar Bluff Speedway - Cotton Bowl Cup results Friday, Oct. 17, 2014 :

K&N Filters USCS MOD Power Dash: Winner = 12L Lucas Lee, 29 Preston Seratt, 12c Scott Crigler, 18 Matt Cooper and Jim Gulley.

Wilwwod Disc Brakes USCS MOD Heat #1. Winner = 44 Rustin Miller, Houston, MO, 29H Keith Hammett, Brooklyn, AR, 44 Jim Gulley, Brookland, AR, 02 Robert Powers,Campbell, MO, 24 Mark Todd, Jackson, MO, , 25 Andrew Allen, Paris, TN 94 Scott Tracer, Rector, AR and 91 Jimmy Bostwick, Ozark, MO..

Aero Race Wheels Heat #2. Winner = 21A Robby Arnold, Paragould, AR, 10 Tyler Fowler, Portageville, MO, Josh Greene, Paragould, AR, 2 Mike Savage, Pilot Knob, MO, 10R Tim Radford, Piedmont, MO, 76 Dustin Castleberry, Malden, MO and 47 Tyler Newcom, Jonesboro, AR.

USCS MOD Heat #3. Winner = 12L Lucas Lee, Paris, TN, 29 Preston Seratt, Dyersburg, TN, 60 Jamie Daughtee, Pocahontas, AR, 21T Charlie Turner, Jonesboro, AR, 55k Terry Kirk, Urbana, MO, 69h Jeff Hall, Charleston, MO, 1B Bart Richardson, Bradford, TN.

KSE Racing Products USCS MOD Heat #4. Winner = 1c Scott Crittes, Truman, AR, 13 Kodi Savage, Arcadia, MO, 69R Jamie Robards, Roselee, MO, 97 Paul Reeder, Malden, MO, 95 Josh Sissom, Cape Giradeau, MO, 55 walter Dunn, Grandon, MO, d97 Daryl Hay, Doniphan, MO.

Schoenfeld Headers USCS MOD Heat #5. Winner = 14 Billy Smith, Desloge, MO, 18 Matt Cooper, McKenzie, TN, 1A Shane Aiken, Medina, TN, 12c Scott Crigler, Alton, MO, F1 Tyson Franks, Batesville, AR, 15 Cole Fowler and m93 Matthew Rodgers

***Top three from each heat transferred to A-Main. The balnce of the cars will run in one of two B-Mains.

USCS Sprints & MODS headline Poplar Bluff 14th Annual Cotton Boll
Poplar Bluff, MO - October 8, 2014 – Due to a full weekend of heavy rain in the forecast the 14th annual Cotton Boll Cup event at Poplar Bluff Speedway in Poplar Bluff, Missouri scheduled for this coming weekend has been RESCHEDULED for the following weekend on Friday and Saturday, October 17th and 18th. There will be an open practice at the track from 7pm until 10pm on Thursday, October 16th.

The action-packed event features the United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars and K&N Filters USCS Outlaw Modified Series as headliners of the 14th Annual Cotton Boll Cup. The event doubles as the Poplar Bluff Speedway 2014 season finale and is a literal "Smorgasbord of Speed" featuring two full nights of high speed action at one of the area’s most popular racing venues. Race teams and race fans will be treated to a full menu of late season Championship speed contests with racing in seven of the area's most popular divisions with over $60,000 up for grabs.
Turpen captures USCS/URC North South Shootout @Cherokee

GAFFNEY, S.C. - October 4, 2014 - (J. Kloosterman photo) Morgan Turpen was not going to be denied during Saturday night’s United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters and the URC Rislone Sprint Series North/South Shootout at Cherokee Speedway. Turpen, from Cordova, Tennessee, took the lead from 2012 URC champion Robbie Stillwaggon for the final time on lap 20 of the 30-lap North/South Shootout finale A-main Saturday and weathered four late-race cautions and subsequent restarts to bolt away to the biggest victory of her career in a race that was ultimately a war of attrition at Cherokee. The win was Turpen’s sixth career USCS feature triumph and her second of the season, as well as her first-career URC victory.

“Wow,” a shocked Turpen said with a smile in USCS Victory Lane. “I didn’t expect to be standing here tonight. As the race wore on, we just kept getting better while the #89 (Robbie Stillwaggon) kept getting worse. We needed this bad, the team did, and I did too. I’m so proud and so thankful for this effort tonight.”

Jim Young grabs USCS 600 sprint win at Cherokee

GAFFNEY, S.C. – October 4, 2014 - Saturday night at Cherokee Speedway, Jim Young ensured there was no doubt who the strongest car in the USCS 600 Sprint Series field was. Young, from Johnstown, Pennsylvania, surged from fourth to the lead on the opening lap of the 600 mini-sprint 15-lap main event and held on through two mid-race cautions to grab his first USCS-sanctioned mini-sprint victory of the 2014 season. The victory was Young’s third career USCS 600 Sprint Series win. “The car was really rolling through the corners well; I could go to the bottom and pretty much stick down there. I saw the 14 car (McCullough) was up on top at the start, so I just went where they weren’t and it paid off,” Young said in USCS Victory Lane.

 K&N Filters pole-starter Matt McCullough, from Atlanta, Georgia, chased Young all the way but had nothing for the Pennsylvania hot-shoe in the closing laps and had to settle for second, with Cherryville, North Carolina’s Johnny Bridges collecting the K&N Filters Podium Award in third place, his best career USCS 600 feature finish. Coby Adams, out of Mooresville, North Carolina jumped from tenth to finish fourth and Clarksville, Tennessee college student and defending USCS 600 Sprint Series champion Sean Hosey rounded out the top five.

USCS vs. URC at Carolina RAINED OUT
Thunderstorm1.jpgDue to inclement weather and the forecast of additional storms through the evening hours, tonight's Uscs Racing and URC North/South Shootout opening round at Carolina Speedway has been canceled.

Tomorrow night's event at Cherokee Speedway is still on as scheduled, with a much improved weather forecast on tap for Saturday
USCS vs. URC North South battle at Cherokee on Saturday
USCS vs. URC North vs. South Shootout FRIDAY @Carolina
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